Certainly another reduction can be done. It is a little bit more difficult because of the scarring from the previous reduction. Pick an experienced plastic surgeon and try to provide the report from your previous reduction, as this will help guide the technique for the secondary reduction. Best wishes.
Gravity continues to have its effect, and there is a tendency for the skin of the breasts to stretch over a long period of time. This can be slowed by regular bra use when upright although 24 hour support is suggested. Although, women vary a great deal in this respect, in general, the smaller the #breasts the less the tendency for #sagging to recur.
If the breasts do sag, further excision of the skin on an outpatient basis can be used to correct the problem. If we try to #lift heavy breasts without making them smaller at the same time, sagging will return soon. One key to a satisfying result is realistic expectations.
Have another reduction. A second breast reduction is possible but be aware that your chances of wound healing problems will be a bit higher than the first time. If at all possible get your operative note from the first surgery. That is very important for your surgeon to have.
Hello and thank you for your question. This is a very common question that many patients have. You may be a candidate for another breast reduction, which can be performed very safely in the right hands. The most important aspect is to find a surgeon you are comfortable with. With good surgical technique, you could have an outstanding result. I recommend that you seek consultation with a qualified board-certified plastic surgeon who can evaluate you in person.
Best wishes and good luck.
Richard G. Reish, M.D.
Harvard-trained plastic surgeon
There are some individuals who undergo a second breast reduction because they have noticed them grow like yours have. Best to be evaluated in person.
Growing back after breast reduction is quite uncommon, though we have some in our practice that seek a second breast reduction.We can offer a reduction for most however the circulation to the nipple can be at more risk and knowing how the first procedure was performed can be very important in planning the second go.
Thank you very much for your question.
What you are experiencing is not uncommon. If your breast size is bothersome, you should consider consulting with a plastic surgeon to discuss another reduction. If you are having symptoms, it may be able to be covered by insurance (so pick a surgeon who takes your plan, and hopefully that's your original surgeon, as it's usually a good idea to go back to the same surgeon who operated on your before). Best of luck!
It sounds like you may need a secondary reduction. I would make a consultation with a board-certified plastic surgeon and bring your operative note, if possible, from the first surgery.A secondary reduction with or without some liposuction and a secondary lift may be an option. Good luck.
It sounds like time and gravity have caused sagging , possibly weight gain as well. The best thing to do is to meet with a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon and discuss another lift with or without an implant.
More than likely your breast tissue has aged more than "grown back". As you have age the past 10 years, its possible that your breasts have stretched and become more pendulous. This can lead to recurring symptoms of breast hypertrophy. You will likely benefit from what I call Breast Reduction Mastopexy. In this case you want to remove more breast tissue but really also lift your breasts back up to the chest wall. Have a plastic surgeon take a look and evaluate you and then give you a game plan. Good luck.
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